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Topic - Adam Harter
Pepsi has scored the Super Bowl halftime show. The soda giant says it struck a multiyear deal with the National Football League to sponsor the big game's musical performance. Financial terms and the exact duration of the deal were not disclosed.
He declined to give details, but said Pepsi will also partner with the league in how the halftime show can be viewed online.
Adam Harter, Pepsi's vice president of consumer engagement, said that the NFL is letting Pepsi have more input than past sponsors have had — including on stage design and which musicians perform during the show.